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On 11 July 2011 16:21, Kevin Brennan <kevin.brennan at redsquared.com> wrote:
>> On Sun, 10 Jul 2011, Ian Spillane wrote:
>>>> I've proposed an open source postcode (well actually, calling these
>> postcodes is just shorthand - they are all more precisely compressed
>> positioning coordinates) at http://tinyurl.com/openpostcode and have
>> put together the maths and proof of concept tests. However, I lack the
>> really open up the concept. I hope for advice from those that know
>> about how to get such an open source project to build a community and
>> to grow in awareness.
>> Ian well done on creating such a comprehensive and informative site. I think
> it might help your 'campaign' to add a method to follow/support you. I think
> you will get plenty of support and it's worthwhile representing this.
>> Personally if a new post code system was adopted I would like the option of
> using a non-geographic code so my mail can be re-routed without having to
> change my address.
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